Located in central Europe, Poland features a lengthy Baltic Sea coastline, a thriving capital in Warsaw, delicious cuisine, and finely preserved architecture that spans the ages. All of these things make the country a delightful place to visit, but it's the verve and energy of the people and environment that will make you fall in love. Whether you plan to visit the sobering Auschwitz concentration camp, explore the ancient woodlands of Bialowieza National Park, or tour the splendid Malbork Castle, you'll find Poland offers visitors an unforgettable experience.
Regardless of where you go, you'll find hotels in Poland to accommodate your needs. Poland is divided into 16 provinces and you'll find something unique and exciting in each one. In the northern region of Pomerania, for instance, you can enjoy the attractive seaside city of Gdansk. In addition to having some of the best Poland hotels by the ocean, Gdansk has attractions like Long Market, a lovely pedestrian street with wonderful architecture and cool cafes, and St. Catherine's Church, which dates back to the 14th century. In the central region of Masovia, Warsaw—and all of its sights-- awaits. Tour the Fryderyk Chopin Museum, a site that honors the legendary composer, and view the opulence of the 18th century at the Lazienki Palace. In the southern region of Lesser Poland, feel free to dive into the history of the country in the city of Krakow—home to the Wawel Castle (a medieval royal castle), the Polish Aviation Museum, and St. Mary's Basilica (a landmark dating back to the 1300s). With so much to see here, it's no wonder hotels in Krakow are a hot commodity.
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Hotels in Poland start at $20 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.